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PLAN – Successful STEM Programs for Children Ages 5 ‐ 11

This full-day workshop will introduce and demonstrate the need for STEM programming in the library. Attendees will learn ways to incorporate science, technology, engineering, and math into programming for children ages 5 – 11 with examples of hands-on activities that … Continue reading

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SWFLN School-aged Programming with STEAM (progressive STEM)

Description:  Content creation with children gives them an appreciation for library materials, as well as allowing them to enhance their creative writing and artistic skills. We will introduce several activities that use the creation of a book as the jumping … Continue reading

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SWFLN Library Staff Day

Join SWFLN on April 30, 2014 for an exciting and informative day of training sessions, workshops and demonstrations at our Library Staff Day. This fun and educational event is designed specifically for all library staff. Both breakfast and lunch are … Continue reading

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SWFLN STEM The Future

This webinar is the THIRD in a SERIES OF FOUR that will lead all to a common place of knowledge. Once these webinars are completed, a face-to-face workshop will be planned to reinforce and build upon the foundation provided in … Continue reading

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SWFLN Programming with Origami

Origami programming supports STEM, STEAM, and Common Core programming initiatives. In the course of the class, library staff will learn how to read an origami diagram and will learn basic to intermediate origami folding techniques. This workshop will also provide … Continue reading

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Empower the Next Generation of Innovators: Science Fair Season Is Upon Us (SWFLN)

Almost as soon as school starts, students rush the library,inquiring about science fair projects. It’s predicted that 80% of new jobs will require math, science, and engineering, and 50% of the technical workforce will retire soon, making it more important…To … Continue reading

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